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Microsoft Redmond Campus Tour – Photos

Before heading to “Sin City” for the 2019 iteration of Microsoft Inspire, Justin and Stuart stopped in Seattle, WA to have some tourist time, and tour of the Redmond, WA campus of Microsoft.¬† They didn’t send many photos from their first day in Seattle, but we got the view, and the first Starbucks! ūüėČ  …

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The Case for Headsets – Considering the Modern Workplace

Life in the Modern Workplace It’s a buzz word.¬† You can’t go 5 minutes without hearing it, reading it, seeing it, somewhere.¬† And it has many flavours: modern workplace, modern ways of working, agile working, remote working, flexible workplace, etc.¬† The crux of it though?¬† The “F-word”: FLEXIBILITY. Employers hear those buzz words and worry:…

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Have you heard of TLS 1.0 End of Life?


Have you heard? The sky just might be falling…. The phones, the phones, they won’t work!!!   No really, we’re not joking.¬† This is not a test. Okay, well, maybe we are just a little bit, but it’s just a bit of fun.¬† But really, in all seriousness, this is an issue that Microsoft has…

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Telstra Calling For Office 365 Announced


Well it‚Äôs finally happened. The titans have clashed and¬†finally¬†Microsoft and Telstra have come to an agreement, meaning we can enable our users for PSTN calling without the need to deploy something like an expensive¬†Cloud Connector Edition¬†(CCE) solution. Today they announced that PSTN Calling for Office 365 has arrived in Australia. What does this mean for…

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IComm Named Microsoft Enterprise Social Partner of the Year

IComm, Australia‚Äôs leading IT consultancy and integrator of unified communications and cloud services, has been named by Microsoft as their Enterprise Social Partner of the Year. IComm won the Excellence in Enterprise Social Award at this year‚Äôs Microsoft Australian Partner Award (MAPA) event ‚Äď which was held on the Gold Coast. IComm was selected as…

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Skype for Business: Conferencing Just Became Cheaper and Simpler

Author: Justin O‚ÄôMeara, Unified Communications Consultant, IComm. Just as workforces across Australia have become more mobile, dispersed and flexible ‚Äď so have the communication costs risen for organisations to keep these people connected via virtual meetings from landline phones. That is all changing now thanks to an important release of Skype for Business PSTN Conferencing…

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So, what’s new in¬†Office 2016?


A first look at some of the best new features of Office 2016.   Here are the most useful new features that need Office 365 or additional Microsoft servers such as SharePoint brilliantly noted by¬†J. Peter Bruzzese. Word 2016: Real-time co-authoring If you have documents shared through OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, or SharePoint Online, you…

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Migrating from traditional on-premises e-mail to the growing Microsoft cloud can be easier with this game plan

At IComm we ¬†work with small and large organisations alike to¬†successfully migrate them from Exchange to Office 365. We consult with numerous IT departments on a regular basis to understand their challenges with deciding how best to¬†migrate and most importantly¬†how to make this experience a smooth one. Here is a great post by¬†Brien Posey¬†that breaks…

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